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Municipalities rely on our services when disasters strike, and this includes those brought on by weather. After heavy storms and flooding, it’s not unusual for wastewater facilities to take a beating. Leach fields can lose their ability to absorb moisture due to all the excess water, and septic tanks can overflow. Flood waters also have a bad habit of carrying all kinds of trash and debris into catch basins, causing clogs that are quite counterproductive in a flood situation.
How Can We Help?
Thanks to our state-of-the-art fleet, we can easily handle the mayhem left from destructive weather. Hy Vac trucks, pump trailers and support equipment combined with a team of quick and experienced professionals are the ultimate solutions for cleaning up after large weather events. By adding attachments to our vactor trucks, Wind River technicians can quickly remove leaves and garbage from deep within catch basins. Our vactor trucks have even been used to assist with catastrophes such as Hurricane Sandy in 2012, where hy vac trucks were instrumental in cleaning up flood waters and removing debris from dangerous areas.
Vactoring will get a big job done quickly and efficiently while reducing overall labor costs. Let us help you get your community back to normal after weather damages hit. We don’t just handle storm recovery, of course. We act as a reliable sole service provider for all your wastewater needs. Sanitary community sewage and septic facilities support a healthy environment and even help to decontaminate the air you breathe. Contact the experts at Wind River and allow us to keep your town clean and protect its well-being.